New Year Recycling: New Year’s Resolution In Recycling

New Year Recycling: Last year, I vowed to lose weight and spend less on silly things at the start of the year. I would rather spend my money on going to the gym instead of food as a way to lose weight, get fit, and improve my health.   Every year, people come up with their own New Year’s resolution to improve themselves. What if we focus this energy in…

Reverse Logistics Waste Management: Concept Of Reverse Logistics

Reverse Logistics Waste Management: Time and time again, we at Waster always remind everyone of you readers here the importance of waste management.   But fighting off pollution requires more processes thank you think. In the first place, even if proper waste management is already implemented, we still have to make sure that the amounts of materials utilised by companies are made more environmentally efficient through recycling, reusing, and reducing….

Non Plastic Condoms: Are Condoms Recyclable?

Non Plastic Condoms: You know what else is important aside from protecting the environment? Protecting yourself from STD and practising safe sex, of course!   But how do these completely different subjects go hand-in-hand, anyways?   Well, they do because of the products used. This mainly involves the use of condoms to practice safe sex, but what happens after using and disposing of it?   I know many of you…

Can You Recycle Photos In Australia? 📷 – Recycling Tips

Can You Recycle Photos Australia? 📷: Australian photographer Tracey Moffatt once said “I am not concerned with verisimilitude… I am not concerned with capturing reality. I am concerned with creating it myself”. Ah, the beauty of photography! It captures beautiful and surreal moments that take one’s breath away! It brings out the creativity in a person engaged in photography and allows us, the viewers, to feel the captured moments and…

Edible Containers: Reducing Packaging Waste In Australia

Edible Containers: Did you know that Australians on average throw away about 1.9 billion tonnes of waste each year?   In 2018, a report stated that only 300,000 tonnes of the 900,000 tonnes of plastic waste were recycled in Australia.   Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you would know that plastic pesters our land and our sea. Additionally, you should also know that plastics are hard to get rid…

Is 3D Printing Material Recyclable? – Recycling 3D Printing Plastic

Is 3D Printing Material Recyclable: Contrary to popular belief, 3D printing has been around for a while now.   Invented in the 1980s, people coined the term 3D printing as a substitute for Stereolithography.   Fast forward to today (2019), and we already improved it to the point where it proves to be an innovation of some sorts. This includes prostheses devices, implants, medicine, and more advanced materials!   But…